To celebrate the power of Female Chefs in Asia, four powerhouse chefs will come together at TATE Dining Room to prepare a special 4-course lunch for discerning guests. The star-studded line-up of collaborating chefs include Chef Bee Satongun of 1-Michelin-starred PASTE Bangkok (Asia’s Best Female Chef 2018), Chef Margarita Fores of Grace Park (Asia’s Best Female Chef 2016), and of course, Chef Vicky Lau of 1-Michelin-starred TATE Dining Room(Asia’s Best Female Chef 2015). The lunch will end on a sweet note with signature dessert by Chef Natsuko Shoji of invitation-only restaurant, Été.
About TATE Dining Room
Established in 2012, TATE Dining Room is a fine dining restaurant serving an innovative French Chinese cuisine presented in what they call, Edible Stories – an exploration into culinary expressionism. The talented individuals of TATE’s team create dishes with not only the freshest and the most vibrant ingredients possible, but also the utmost attention on quality, flavor and every intricate detail; serving up wholesome yet tantalizing dishes.
Founded by Vicky Lau, chef and owner of TATE who has always been a creative spirit. Having been a creative director for a number of years, she was inspired to tap into an extra dimension
to her creative vision – and her lifelong passion for food – and enrolled at Le Cordon Bleu to obtain her Grand Diplome. Following her stint at Le Cordon Bleu, Chef Lau officially made her maverick move from design to embark on her culinary career and was working at one of the most acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurant in Hong Kong. Having gained invaluable firsthand experience,
Chef Lau realized her vision by combining the best of her instincts and talents in design and food into a space where guests are invited to share and experience her passion — at TATE Dining Room & Bar. In 2015, Chef Lau has been named Veuve Clicquot Asia’s Best Female Chef and the restaurant has also been consecutively awarded 1 Michelin star since 2013.